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Mark Gaughan's Big-Play Breakdown: Ndamukong Suh twist stunt

Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is having another great season and will be a handful for the Buffalo Bills' offensive line on Sunday. Suh has the second most sacks (51.5) among all NFL defensive tackles since 2010 and wears down foes with his power, second effort and counter moves as the game wears on.

 

On this play against Oakland in Week 9, Suh (93) and Cameron Wake (91) combined on a stunt. Suh sacked quarterback Derek Carr (4) and forced a fumble, even though Oakland kept seven men in to block just four rushers. Note that the Miami defensive ends play in a "wide 9" alignment, which the Bills used under former defensive chief Jim Schwartz. Miami aide Matt Burke worked under Schwartz. Oakland center Rodney Hudson (61) and guard Gabe Jackson (66) are elite. But Suh picked on the the lesser player, Marshall Newhouse (73), and bulled past Marshawn Lynch (24).

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